Quick Access view in File Explorer when saving attachments

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RJL

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Outlook 2013 64 bit
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Exchange Server 2013
When I file/save email attachments, I would like the default view in the File Explorer to be the top of list of folders in the Quick Access list. Instead the default view locates further down in the folder list at Local Disk (C:). Is there a way to control this?

I am using Outlook 2013 with Windows 10.
 
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